Maddy Kirgo - Shadow On My Light (Blue) [Colored Vinyl] | RECORD STORE DAY

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Released August 16th, 2024. 140 gram BLUE SMOKE vinyl with printed innersleeve lyric page. Maddy Kirgo writes songs that allude easy definition. Based in New Orleans, Kirgo weaves timeless tunes of warmth and longing, with lyrics that simultaneously feel carefully composed but not overthunk and a voice that will stop you in your tracks. Depending on the day, you may hear a little Gram Parsons or the Beatles, a little Dolly Parton or Weyes Blood, however what makes Maddy so compelling is her ability to rise above and chart her own path, forever adding new rooms to a sonic palace of her own design.'Shadow on My Light', the her second full-length record, is synthy, New Orleans indie twang at it's finest, equally informed by both the sunken city's swampy americana and dreamy pop scenes. Produced by members of Video Age and constructed during the pandemic, "Shadow on My Light" thoughtfully renders tales of hard times, enduring the modern world, and grieving the loss of a friend into playful, yet sincere pop songs, warmed by catchiness and lush compositions and handled with care.In advance of new music from Chris coming out later this year, Gar Hole Records is proud to present this first pressing of 'Good Kid', an essential release for fans of modern alt-country and Americana.At the center of that sound are the entwined voices of Casey Jane and Camille, two longtime friends whose songs explore the uncharted territory between genres. There's rarely a melody on Meet The Lostines that the two don't sing together, stacking their lush harmonies against a backdrop of baritone guitar, spring reverb, orchestral strings, Cajun fiddle, upright piano, and Theremin. It's an immersive sound that bridges the gaps between genres, created by two songwriters (along with a revolving door of collaborators, coconspirators, and fellow Big Easy residents) who're happy to build their own world.